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Mon Sep 13 2010
Qs: Request for Participation for Innateness Study
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Request for Participation for Innateness Study
Message 1: Request for Participation for Innateness Study
From: Edouard Machery <macherypitt.edu>
Subject: Request for Participation for Innateness Study
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Paul Griffiths (Sydney), Joshua Knobe (Yale), Stefan Linquist (Guelph),
Edouard Machery (Pittsburgh), Richard Samuels (OSU), and Karola Stotz
(Sydney) are collecting data about scientists' use of the notion of
innateness in several disciplines. We are particularly interested in how
linguists use this notion.
We would like to invite you to take part to a short web study (at most 10
minutes). You will be asked to read a few vignettes and to judge whether
some traits are innate. You will also be asked to fill out a brief
This survey is entirely anonymous, and the study has be approved by Guelph
IRB, OSU IRB, Pittsburgh IRB, Sydney IRB, and Yale IRB.
To participate to this study, follow the following link:
We would also appreciate if you could forward this e-mail to your
colleagues and graduate students!
Many thanks for your help!!
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